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Demonstration Speech – 100 points


Demonstration Speech – 100 points

Name:_______________________________ 
 

What is a demonstration speech:    http://www.write-out-loud.com/demonstration-speeches.html

What are the characteristics of great demonstration speeches? 

In a nutshell, a good demonstration speech teaches. It's a variation of the informative speech with in-built visual aids. The audience, through listening, watching or participating, learns something new. 

As their guide, you will take them through a process of 'show and tell' covering each step from set-up to finish. Think of it as a 'how-to' speech.

Public Speaking Tips:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AykYRO5d_lI

How To Speech

http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/demonstration-speech/

Examples:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-Gv5aDWjLo 
 

Topic: You may select any of the following scenarios:

  1. Your audience is middle school students. You have been assigned to teacher these kids how to do something that will benefit them in high school.
  2. Your audience is your parents. They are uncomfortable with technology. You have been assigned to teach them how to use some piece of technology.
  3. Your audience is America��s Next Top Chef. You have been assigned the task of teaching a new chef how to cook something that will win the competition.
  4. Your audience is a potential employer. You have been assigned the task of teaching them how to do something that will help you get a job at their company.
  5. Your audience is directors of an upcoming movie. You have been assigned the task of teaching them how to promote your new movie.
  6. Your audience is the local community. You have been assigned the task of teaching them how to access historical landmarks in the city. 
 

Requirements:

Time: You are required to give a 3-7 minute demonstration speech 

Outline: You must turn in a typed outline to me directly AFTER your speech.  You will use note cards to actually give your speech. 

    Information you MUST Include in the Speech:

      I. Introduction: What you are demonstrating – how you became an ��expert�� on it

      II. The BRIEF rationale – this is the reason you are giving the speech—who you are giving it to and why they need to know or be able to do it.

    III. How to accomplish the task – this is where you give a demonstration or show us how to do something – make sure to follow step by step

    IV. Conclusion – tips to remember about topic 

Visual: Remember that a good choice of subject is only half the battle won. Since the main objective is to ��demonstrate�� a visual aid is a necessity. You can show your creativity by using as many visual aids as necessary; such as a poster, PowerPoint, video, or in-class demo

 

 

Rubric for Demonstration Speech

Name:_______________


Category 5 4 3 2-1
Enthusiasm Facial expressions and body language generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in others. Facial expressions and body language sometimes generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in others. Facial expressions and body language are used to try to generate enthusiasm, but seem somewhat faked. Very little use of facial expressions or body language. Did not generate much interest in topic being presented.
Preparedness Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed. Student seems pretty prepared but might have needed a couple more rehearsals. The student is somewhat prepared, but it is clear that rehearsal was lacking. Student does not seem at all prepared to present.
Time-Limit Presentation is 5-7 minutes long. Presentation is 4-6 minutes long. Presentation is 2-4 minutes long. Presentation is less than 1 minute OR more than 7 minutes.
Posture and Eye Contact Stands up straight, looks relaxed and confident. Establishes eye contact with everyone in the room during the presentation. Stands up straight and establishes eye contact with everyone in the room during the presentation. Sometimes stands up straight and establishes eye contact. Slouches and/or does not look at people during the presentation.
Content Is able to explain:
  1. What the topic of the speech is
  2. Why this is important to the audience
  3. Clearly explain the process for topic
Is able to explain:

1.What the topic of the speech is

3. Clearly explain the process for topic

Is able to explain 1 of the 3 Attempts to demonstrate but does not show importance of topic or clear steps
Listens to Other Presentations Listens intently. Provides meaningful feedback on peer review Listens intently and provides feedback Sometimes does not appear to be listening and provides little feedback on peer review Sometimes does not appear to be listening and does not complete peer review
 
 
 
 
 
 

Speech: _______/30 

Completed Outline: ________/30

      _____ Name/Title

      _____ Written out Intro and Conclusion

      _____ At least 2 main points

      _____ Proper outline format used 

Peer Review Prior to Speech: _____/20 

Visual Aid ________/25 
 

Total: ______/100

Demonstration Speech  

Step 1: Review the definition and website explaining what a demonstration speech is and how to do it. (send me a comment on our website on the Demonstration Speech page that tells your own definition of a demonstration speech or gives an example) due by Wednesday at the end of the day

Step 2: Complete online practice with Mrs. Frazer. We will all get on zoom together on Thursday and complete an interactive practice. This is simply to help with speaking at a natural pace and to practice eye contact. You will be required to

  1. Answer a series of questions I give you
  2. To review each other��s eye contact and speed as they respond
  3. Together, we will discuss how we all did

Step 3: Select a scenario from above and the particular topic you will be discussing

      For example: If I was giving a speech , I would choose middle school students and I would demonstrate for them how to develop a schedule for high school to become an honor graduate. Due by Friday at the end of the day

Step 4: Create outline for speech. I will provide you an example outline for my example topic on Friday. Due Tuesday (October 14th )

Step5: Create a visual aid for your project. This could be a poster or powerpoint. It could be the actual thing you are doing i.e creating a souffl�� or showing apps on an iphone Due Wednesday (October 15th ) by the end of the day

Step 6: Start practicing your speech with your visual. Decide how your visual will be part of the presentation. Go back to the rubric and make sure you have all of the CONTENT parts. When you are ready, complete a practice speech with a partner. Your partner will critique you using the rubric and give you constructive feedback. I will show you an example of this on Wednesday. Due by Friday (October 17th)

Step 7: Perform speech for me. These speeches will occur over the week of October 21st to October 24th


Lesson plan from http://www.demonstrationspeechideas.com/

 

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